Research

The QoL lab research interests revolve around the fundamental and algorithmic problems as well as human-centric challenges for the systems enabling an assessment and improvement of human behavior, well-being, health, disease self-management, and quality of life in the long term. The QoL Lab leverages personal, longitudinal, real-world data approaches (including, e.g., ‘quantified-self’ and N-of-1 designs) in Living Lab settings.

2023-2028: European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC) Research Project

EORTC Mobile Devices (EMBED): Defining an implementation strategy for the digital assessment of Quality of Life and objective patient measures in EORTC clinical trials (EORTC)(2023-2028)

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2024: myMigraine Research Project

myMigraine: Computational Modelling of Behaviours, Health State and Quality of Life of Migraine Sufferers With Self-Tracked Data From Mobile Phone Apps (2024)

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2023-2024: HART: Vieillir en Bonne Santé et le Rôle de la Technologie / Healthy Aging and the Role of Technology

HART: Healthy Aging and the Role of Technology (ACR)(2023-2024)

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2023: SNSF “QuantifyingSexualHealth: Application of Consumer Mobile & Wearable Devices and Mobile Applications for Sexual Health Assessment”

“QuantifyingSexualHealth: Application of Consumer Mobile & Wearable Devices and Mobile Applications for Sexual Health Assessment” (SNSF-214593)(2023)

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2021-2023: European H2020 “Onto-mQoL: Extensions of Temporal Representations for Ontology-based and Holistic Reasoning in the Mobile Quality of Life Domain”

European H2020 MSC Fellowship “Onto-mQoL: Extensions of Temporal Representations for Ontology-based and Holistic Reasoning in the Mobile Quality of Life Domain” (no. H2020-MSCA-IF-2020-101024693) (2021-2023)

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2021-2024: AGE-INT – Switzerland’s International Expertise for “Innovative Solutions for an Aging Society”

AGE-INT – “Innovative solutions for an aging society” (2021-2024)

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2021-2024: European COST Action “ReMO: Researcher Mental Health”

European COST Action “ReMO: Researcher Mental Health” (CA19117) (2021-2024)

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2020-2024: UCPH Data+ “AI@CARE: Laws and Ethics and Algorithmic Bias in Healthcare”

UCPH Data+ project “AI@CARE: Laws and Ethics and Algorithmic Bias in Healthcare” (2020-2024)

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